Category: Harvard Spotlight, Art in the Americas

Interior Gardens

As the most recent artist featured in the DRCLAS Latin American and Latino Art Forum, I found that my canvases “Interior Gardens” provoked much dialogue among viewers, whether they were…

So, what are you doing this Friday?

You have to look at the edges,” Marcus Zilliox said, pointing to the large 17th Century French painting, The Crucifixion with the Virgin, Saint John, and Saint Mary Magdalene (Mathieu Le Nain…

Harvard Business Review: McKinsey Award

“Transforming Life, Transforming Business: The Life-Science Revolution” by Juan Enri­quez and Ray A. Goldberg, published in the March-April 2000 issue of Harvard Business Review, tied for…

Exploring Things Mayan and Modern

The Agnes Mongan Center for the Study of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at Harvard’s Fogg art museum houses most of the university’s Latin American art collection. I am here from the…

Discovering Latin America Art at Harvard

On the Latin American art front, Harvard University has long been known for the strength of its Mayan collection at the Peabody Museum in Cambridge and the incredible Pre-Colombian…

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